By John Aldred, Sally Waller
Written to hide the AQA heritage a degree Unit three specification (HIS3N), our pupil publication presents a concentrated examine key occasions in background in the course of 1945-2004, and allows scholars to realize a better realizing of this ancient interval.
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The Second World War had not only devastated the economies of the major European states, it also served to catapult America's economy to an almost unchallengeable level. The USA not only controlled the largest merchant fleet and owned two thirds of the world's gold stocks, but also had half the world's 1nanufacturing capacity. II Key terms Federal: relati ng to a whole nation rather than just the separate states or regions of that nation. For example, i ndividual American states have their own governments, but these all come under the authority of the US federal government, headed by the U S President.
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His striking conclusion was that "The foreign policy of the United States, which reflects the imperialistic tendencies of American monopolistic capital, is characterised in the post-war period by a striving for world supremacy. " Novikov emphasised the link between the econon1ic reconstruction of European states and US policy designed to " infiltrate their national economies . " For Novikov the USA's ai1n was world don1inance and he cited the 1nassive increase in military spending as proof of this.